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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 03, 2023

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With the campus erupting into protests after Donald Trump’s election Tuesday night, campus leadership is calling for unity, mutual respect and solidarity as the community and country regroup after a divisive — and, for many, devastating — campaign season.
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With the campus erupting into protests after Donald Trump’s election Tuesday night, campus leadership is calling for unity, mutual respect and solidarity as the community and country regroup after a divisive — and, for many, devastating — campaign season.
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California voters approved a majority of measures on the ballot Tuesday.
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California voters approved a majority of measures on the ballot Tuesday.
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Berkeley voters are heading to the polls Tuesday to choose a mayor for the first time in 14 years, four City Council members, a U.S. senator and a new president. Voters are also deciding on 17 state propositions and 12 local measures.
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Berkeley voters are heading to the polls Tuesday to choose a mayor for the first time in 14 years, four City Council members, a U.S. senator and a new president. Voters are also deciding on 17 state propositions and 12 local measures.
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The Daily Californian has created a handy election guide for all your local, state and national news needs so you can be an informed voter Tuesday. Polls open at 7 a.m. PST and close at 8 p.m. PST.
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The Daily Californian has created a handy election guide for all your local, state and national news needs so you can be an informed voter Tuesday. Polls open at 7 a.m. PST and close at 8 p.m. PST.
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After a failed effort to legalize weed in California six years ago, the movement to end recreational marijuana prohibition has found greener pastures with a new state proposition this November.
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After a failed effort to legalize weed in California six years ago, the movement to end recreational marijuana prohibition has found greener pastures with a new state proposition this November.
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A summary of all 17 statewide propositions as well as the arguments for and against each one.
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A summary of all 17 statewide propositions as well as the arguments for and against each one.
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Current state Attorney General Kamala Harris and U.S. Rep. Loretta Sanchez — both members of the Democratic party — are running to fill the vacancy left by U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer, who has served as one of California’s senators since 1993.
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Current state Attorney General Kamala Harris and U.S. Rep. Loretta Sanchez — both members of the Democratic party — are running to fill the vacancy left by U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer, who has served as one of California’s senators since 1993.
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After eight years of service, Loni Hancock has termed out of her position as state senator of California’s 9th District.
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After eight years of service, Loni Hancock has termed out of her position as state senator of California’s 9th District.
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Former chair of the Alameda County Republican Party, Sue Caro, is running to become the Congressional Representative of District 13 and does not expect to win.
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Former chair of the Alameda County Republican Party, Sue Caro, is running to become the Congressional Representative of District 13 and does not expect to win.
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